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CAE to Continue Support for Canadian Air Force-Led NATO Flight Training Program; Joe Armstrong Comments

TYSONS CORNER, VA, Jan. 18, 2017 — The government of Canada has awarded CAE (NYSE: CAE) a potential $228 million contract modification to extend the company’s support for a NATO flight training program led by the Canadian air force, ExecutiveBiz reported Friday. The company said Thursday it will continue to provide assistance for the NATO …

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CAE Reports $760M in Training Services Contracts With US Army, Canadian Air Force; Gene Colabatistto Comments

CAE (NYSE: CAE) has secured two long-term training services contracts with the U.S. Army and Canada’s air force worth approximately $760 million combined. CAE said Thursday the contract with the Army will cover classroom, simulator and live rotary-wing flight training instructor support at the Army Aviation Center of Excellence in Alabama …

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CAE Promotes Joe Armstrong to VP, GM of Canada Defense & Security Unit

TYSONS CORNER, VA, Nov. 18, 2016 — CAE (NYSE: CAE) has promoted Joe Armstrong, previously director of training and operation solutions, to vice president and general manager of its Canadian defense and security business unit, GovCon Executive reported Wednesday. He will be responsible for CAE Canada Defense & Security‘s NATO Flying …

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Gene Colabatistto: CAE Completes Buy of Bombardier Military Flight Training Business

CAE (NYSE: CAE) has concluded its approximately $15 million purchase of the military aviation training business of Bombardier. The deal makes CAE the NATO Flying Training in Canada program’s new prime contractor and supports the company’s efforts to grow its live military pilot training services portfolio, CAE said Wednesday. Gene …

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Marc Parent: CAE Eyes Flight Training Program Expansion with Purchase of Bombardier Unit

CAE (NYSE: CAE) has agreed to buy the military aviation training business of Bombardier for approximately $15.9 million in an effort to further help defense customers train future airmen. The Bombardier unit works with the Royal Canadian Air Force and allied forces as a prime contractor in the NATO Flying …

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